An experienced senior level leader, Scott Maloy specializes in strategic initiatives, treasury, finance, leadership, and returning investment to shareholders. His intelligence in finance and strategic planning makes him an excellent leader on any team. He creates diverse teams that support an organization at all levels. Scott brings his strong acumen for cash management, process improvement, analysis, strategic initiatives to Impact 21 clients. He takes pride in working with other senior level executives to solve problems and providing insights to improve business improvement while assembling a talented team to support growth and strategic goals.
Scott employs the skills he has gained through his varied executive roles. He most recently served as Vice President of Finance and Accounting for Rutter’s where he was responsible for all finance and accounting functions in a de facto CFO role. He managed a team across finance, treasury, accounting, accounts payable, and capital expenditures. He was also accountable for strategic and financial growth initiatives and was a member of the real estate committee identifying new locations for development and providing financial support and projections for the site acquisitions. As Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at Rutter’s, Scott was a member of the executive team with a primary role in strategic planning the ten-year strategic growth plan. He was responsible for all return-on-investment analysis and developed the yearly budget and proformas around new multi-million-dollar projects. Scott also acted as Manager Treasury and Planning and Treasury Analyst, tasked with creating a treasury department from the ground up with a ten-year business plan and financial model.
Scott’s roles with the Rite Aid Corporation, brings diverse industry experience to clients. As Senior Financial Analyst, he managed credit facility on a day-to-day basis, performed ad-hoc analysis requests from upper management, and assisted with store banking issues. He also held the role of Senior Treasury Analyst, managing daily credit facility and working with store locations for routine banking needs. Scott also served as Expense Accounts Payable Analyst where he performed everyday operations in the expense accounts payable department working with internal partners and external vendors.
Growing up in Gladstone, New Jersey, Scott did not have to travel far to achieve his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and later his MBA at Pennsylvania State University. Now, calling York, PA home, Scott enjoys playing golf and gardening